Teams let you to group users together, allowing datasets and projects to be shared with entire groups of users at once.

Creating a Team

To create a team, click the three dots in the upper right corner and select Teams from the dropdown menu.

This opens the Teams panel.

To Create a team, click the +. This will open a panel where you can edit the name of the team and add members. Enter the name or email addresses of the users you want to add to the team. If you enter any email addresses that are not associated with a Crunch user, those users will be invited to Crunch.

Set Disable suggestions to turn off the autocomplete feature for user names (this is recommended if cutting and pasting a list of emails).

Set Notify new members to email new team members.

Once you are finished, click Save.

Click a user’s permission to change it. Team members can be either:

Member – Members have no special privileges.

Admin – Admins can add and remove members of the team, as well as change a user’s permissions on the team.

Giving a Team Access to a Project or Dataset

Giving a team access to a dataset or project is similar to sharing it with an individual. When access is granted, the team can be given view or edit privileges just like an individual, and all users on the team will be granted that level of access, though note that basic users can still only have view access even if they are granted edit access.